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The Bloodstock Metal 2 The Masses Ireland campaign for 2020 is looking better than every with the confirmation of our new media partner, Trackmix Studio. Get full details below;

With a reputation and legacy that is held with the upmost respect not only amongst the heavy music community in Ireland but all a wide range of genres, Trackmix Recording Studio is a staple organisation, providing a service that helps bands move to the next level.

Overdrive is delighted to announce our partnership with Trackmix for the 2020 Bloodstock Metal 2 The Masses campaign which will begin in late January (full list of performance dates will be published very soon).

For the six bands that make it to the final in May, Trackmix will be offering each band a FREE SONG RECORDING evening session with studio owner Michael Richards.

For more information on Trackmix Recording studio, please visit this link.

As well as this, all semi-final bands will have physical copies of their music (should they have any) on sale exclusively in Tower Records, Dawson Street, Dublin store thanks to Overdrive’s partnership with the iconic record store.

The Bloodstock Metal 2 The Masses Ireland series of live shows will begin in late January and run to the middle of May offering a chance for unsigned Irish metal bands to showcase for Bloodstock Open Air Festival UK and will later be hand-picked by BOA booking agent Simon Hall to play at the festival next year and share the bill with the likes of Devin Townsend, Sacred Reich, Vio-Lence, Skindred, Jinjer and many more which have already/and are yet to be announced over the coming months.

For your chance to submit your band for consideration, please submit your band details via the official M2TM Ireland application which you can access here.

We have more news coming soon with regards to the benefits of taking part in Metal 2 The Masses Ireland 2020 in the coming days, so stay tuned.

M2TM 2016 winners Ten Ton Slug conquering Bloodstock 2019. Photo – Exposing Shadows Photography © 2019

Oran O’Beirne 2019